Xfinity Monday Live
Joe Sakic retired a couple of years ago and decided to take a little time off. But he wanted to get back into the hockey world after his break and is glad he did.
Nolan Arenado was called up to the majors last week after the Rockies traded third baseman Chris Nelson to the Yankees. On Sunday, he hit his first grand slam off of the Tampa Bay Rays’ David Price.
The University of Denver on Monday introduced its eighth ever hockey coach, Jim Montgomery, who was the special guest on Xfinity Monday Live!
Tad Boyle has done great as head basketball coach at the University of Colorado. He’s taken the Buffs to back-to-back NCAA tournaments and he figures to be a hot commodity for teams looking for a very good coach.
Former Denver Broncos quarterback Jake Plummer is back living in Colorado. He hinted to CBS4’s Vic Lombardi on Xfinity Monday Live he could be considering working in the sports media business.
Colorado State University head football coach Jim McElwain spends most of his time coaching and recruiting, but now add fundraising to his list of duties since the plan for a new stadium has been approved.
New University of Colorado Buffaloes head football coach Mike MacIntyre said the last couple of months have been crazy as he had little time to get things together for his new team.
Despite not being in the game, Denver Broncos tight end Joel Dreessen definitely watched the Super Bowl. He said watching football is one of his favorite things to do when he’s not playing in a game.
Walt Weiss made the huge jump from high school manager at Regis Jesuit High School to the majors, and CBS4′s Vic Lombardi asked Weiss how he’s going to make the transition.
Denver Broncos fans still feel like they’ve been run over by a truck and cornerback Chris Harris said he’s not been sleeping well after the heartbreaking loss to the Baltimore Ravens.